Full Body Workouts
This page is for Full Body Workout Routines only. You can do full body workouts when you don’t have enough time in a week but you’re still trying to get your Fit on ;). You should never do more then 3 full body workouts per week, and you have to take a day break in between.
Todays workout is divided in 4 parts of High Intensity Interval Training, and in between each set there is a set of exercises for abs. I started out pretty good but half way through my workout I got exhausted and I literally dragged my self through the last two parts ( but I did it ). This workout was about 25 minutes long, but it felt a lot longer maybe because I really had to push my self and that took extra work!read more
Today’s workout is a combination of cardio and resistance training. The intervals were much shorter than I normally do, but the exercises were harder, so it was a perfect combination.
This workout broke down into 4 parts and each part was about 5 minutes long ( a tiny bit under ). There were 2 exercises in each part. I only took about 1 minute break in between ( just to catch my breath ), so don’t be taking longer breaks than that. Since all together this was a 20 minute workout, I did some moderate jump rope cardio for an additional 10 minutes, this is just to give you your body that extra fat burning time it needs ( because the body starts burning the actual fat after about 15 -20 minutes of intensive training ).read more
Today’s workout was a complete muscle torture for the whole body. I think it’s great to do these types of workouts at least once a week, it really kicks your body into shape. This workout felt like it went by really fast, but when I looked at the time it was a lot longer than I thought.
I was using a set of 10 lbs dumbbells, if you don’t have dumbbells you can just use your own bodyweight or you can use a backpack and fill it up with books ( that will give you the extra resistance). Remember that you don’t need equipment to workout, you just have get creative.read more